Tag: Noah Syndergaard

While Mets Offense Flat-Lines, Front Office Sits On Their Hands

An article by posted on May 21, 2015 0 Comments
While Mets Offense Flat-Lines, Front Office Sits On Their Hands

“Develop the pitching, buy the bats.” That was a recurring theme during what has been a five year rebuild. It was drilled into our heads. And yet here we are, with a pitching rotation and bullpen packed with some of the most elite arms in the league, and the offense is sputtering. The team is […]

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Dodgers Looking To Move Infielder For Starting Pitcher

An article by posted on May 20, 2015 0 Comments
Dodgers Looking To Move Infielder For Starting Pitcher

According to beat reporter Mark Saxon of ESPN LA, the Los Angeles Dodgers are in the market for a starting pitcher now that Hyun-jin Ryu is contemplating shoulder surgery and after already losing Brandon McCarthy for the season. Saxon believes they’d be willing to move Cuban infielder Alex Guerrero, given their excess of third baseman. The 28 year old […]

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Syndergaard Glad Gomez Is Okay, Has No Desire To Go Back To Minors

An article by posted on May 18, 2015 0 Comments
Syndergaard Glad Gomez Is Okay, Has No Desire To Go Back To Minors

Despite getting hit with a 97 MPH fastball by Noah Syndergaard, Carlos Gomez thankfully managed to avoid a serious injury. Syndergaard handled the situation professionally as he regained his composure to finish the inning. He also had an awesome exchange with Gomez after the game on Twitter. With Dillon Gee nearing a return to the […]

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Mets Minor League Starting Pitching Leaders

An article by posted on May 18, 2015 0 Comments
Mets Minor League Starting Pitching Leaders

Here’s a look at the Mets minor league starting pitching leaders which features strong showings from Steven Matz, Michael Fulmer, Robert Whalen, and Casey Meisner who all pitched this weekend. I left out Noah Syndergaard‘s strong 3-0 start with 1.82 ERA, 0.944 WHIP, and 4.25 SO/W ratio because he is in the bigs now and hopefully has […]

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MMO Game Recap: Mets 5, Brewers 1

An article by posted on May 17, 2015 0 Comments
MMO Game Recap: Mets 5, Brewers 1

The Mets (22-16) beat the Brewers (13-25) by a score of 5-1 on Sunday afternoon  in the rubber game of their three-game set at Citi Field. Noah Syndergaard shined in his second MLB start, allowing three hits, a walk, and a hit batsman in six innings of one-run ball. After the rookie struck out two […]

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Morning Grind: “Thorsday” Takeaways

An article by posted on May 13, 2015 0 Comments
Morning Grind: “Thorsday” Takeaways

In case you missed it (you didn’t), Noah Syndergaard made his MLB debut last night in Chicago, in a game the Mets lost 6-1. Noah allowed three runs on six hits and four walks (one intentional) in 5.1 innings, striking out six. So, what to make of it? Not Bad: Not exactly the loftiest of standards […]

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Syndergaard Steps Onto The Big Stage Tonight

An article by posted on May 12, 2015 0 Comments
Syndergaard Steps Onto The Big Stage Tonight

Just as they were with Matt Harvey and Zack Wheeler, don’t look for the Mets to bring up Noah Syndergaard for a spot start. Once he’s here, unless he really spits the bit, he’s not going anywhere. Like everybody else, I’m excited to see him pitch, just as I was when Harvey and Wheeler first […]

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Are You Ready For Thor’s Day?!?!

An article by posted on May 9, 2015 0 Comments
Are You Ready For Thor’s Day?!?!

It was very interesting to hear what Steve Gelbs had to say about his conversation with Mets Triple-A pitching coach Frank Viola on Friday. The two of them spoke shortly after the team announced that their top prospect, Noah Syndergaard, was being promoted and would make his MLB debut on Tuesday against the Chicago Cubs. I […]

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If It Happens, Mets Seem Well Equipped To Usher In The DH

An article by posted on May 9, 2015 0 Comments
If It Happens, Mets Seem Well Equipped To Usher In The DH

Designated Hitter. The concept invokes a variety of opinions, however, the majority of National League baseball fans view it unfavorably. There’s great arguments on both sides, it would benefit the game in many ways and certainly add more excitement. However, it would also mark the end of a tradition that has held strong for decades, […]

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Mets Minor League Recap: Vegas Won 14th Straight, B’Mets Walk-off On King Single

An article by posted on May 8, 2015 0 Comments
Mets Minor League Recap: Vegas Won 14th Straight, B’Mets Walk-off On King Single

Las Vegas (20-8) 8, Albuquerque 2 Noah Syndergaard had himself a game where his pitching was the biggest story as he came to bat in the top of the 8th a triple shy of the cycle. Noah hit a double off the wall in left center field that traveled about 425 feet in his first […]

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3 Concerns and 3 Positive Takeaways From Marlins Series

An article by posted on April 30, 2015 0 Comments
3 Concerns and 3 Positive Takeaways From Marlins Series

3 Concerns To Keep An Eye On 1. Defense Holding On By A Thread The Mets are 5-7 on the road this year and the middle infield defense has played a large part in those results. Wilmer Flores and Daniel Murphy have shown signs of life at the plate, but aside from a few long […]

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